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8th Feb '16 2:08:15 AM Seanette
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* ''Film/{{Toys}}'': [[spoiler:Alsatia]], revealed by [[spoiler: her [[OffWithHisHead accidental decapitation]]]] in the climactic battle.
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* ''Film/{{Toys}}'': [[spoiler:Alsatia]], revealed by [[spoiler: her [[OffWithHisHead [[LosingYourHead accidental decapitation]]]] in the climactic battle.
7th Feb '16 10:21:27 PM animenutcase
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** Episode 11 of the same Volume reveals that General Ironwood, already speculated to have a metal arm, is a cyborg. Half of his body is metal.
17th Jan '16 9:36:37 AM animenutcase
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** Later, in Episode 9 of Volume 3, the entire world learns the truth, [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe in the worst possible way]].
13th Jan '16 8:52:33 AM Godzillawolf
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* In ''[[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/295408/marionettes Marionettes]]'', during a TraintopBattle with [[spoiler:what seems to be Lightning Dust]], she ends up slamming head first into tunnel, damaging her head and revealing she's a robot. [[spoiler:The same TraintopBattle ultimately reveals that [[TomatoInTheMirror Trixie herself is one as well due to a wound she got on her hip]] but was unaware of this. Its later revealed that Diamond Tiara is one as well, which Spoiled Rich is aware of but Filthy doesn't appear to be.]]
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* In ''[[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/295408/marionettes Marionettes]]'', during a TraintopBattle with [[spoiler:what seems to be Lightning Dust]], she ends up slamming head first into tunnel, damaging her head and revealing she's a robot. [[spoiler:The same TraintopBattle ultimately reveals that [[TomatoInTheMirror Trixie herself is one as well due to a wound she got on her hip]] but was unaware of this. Its later revealed that Diamond Tiara is one as well, which Spoiled Rich is aware of but Filthy doesn't and Diamond herself don't appear to be.]]
13th Jan '16 8:47:06 AM Godzillawolf
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* In ''[[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/295408/marionettes Marionettes]]'', during a TraintopBattle with [[spoiler:what seems to be Lightning Dust]], she ends up slamming head first into tunnel, damaging her head and revealing she's a robot. [[spoiler:The same TraintopBattle ultimately reveals that [[TomatoInTheMirror Trixie herself is one as well due to a wound she got on her hip]] but was unaware of this.]]
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* In ''[[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/295408/marionettes Marionettes]]'', during a TraintopBattle with [[spoiler:what seems to be Lightning Dust]], she ends up slamming head first into tunnel, damaging her head and revealing she's a robot. [[spoiler:The same TraintopBattle ultimately reveals that [[TomatoInTheMirror Trixie herself is one as well due to a wound she got on her hip]] but was unaware of this. Its later revealed that Diamond Tiara is one as well, which Spoiled Rich is aware of but Filthy doesn't appear to be.]]

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4th Jan '16 8:24:30 AM MrSkar
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** Another one in "VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}": [[spoiler: Danse, the kill-all-synths Brotherhood paladin, is the very thing he pledged his life to kill. The best part? He doesn't even figure out himself until his commanding officers order his death, meaning he has a robotic reveal of ''himself''.]]
29th Dec '15 5:19:12 AM Anddrix
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* SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom has [[ActuallyADoombot a battalion of robot duplicates]], all programmed to act as if they were him, unless a) there's more than one of them in the room, or b) the real Doom is present.
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* SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor Doom has [[ActuallyADoombot a battalion of robot duplicates]], all programmed to act as if they were him, unless a) there's more than one of them in the room, or b) the real Doom is present.
21st Dec '15 5:48:04 PM merotoker
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*** Happens again in the PSP games, [[spoiler: The Florian Sisters are full androids.]]
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*** Happens again in the PSP games, games; [[spoiler: The Florian Sisters are full androids.]]androids]].

* In ''Anime/GallForce'', the crew find out about an advanced android when Pony forces the information out of the OX-11, to be confirmed moments later, when [[spoiler: Catty makes a HeroicSacrifice, and her clothes are burned away to reveal the android beneath.]]
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* In ''Anime/GallForce'', the crew find out about an advanced android when Pony forces the information out of the OX-11, to be confirmed moments later, when [[spoiler: Catty makes a HeroicSacrifice, and her clothes are burned away to reveal the android beneath.]]beneath]].

* In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' [[spoiler:half of Lichty's body is revealed to be cybernetic when he saves Christina's life at the cost of his own.]] Since it adds very little to his character, this was most likely due to the fact that it would have looked really gruesome if a normal human body had been exposed to GN particle beam like that, and wouldn't have passed the censors.
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* In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' [[spoiler:half of Lichty's body is revealed to be cybernetic when he saves Christina's life at the cost of his own.]] own]]. Since it adds very little to his character, this was most likely due to the fact that it would have looked really gruesome if a normal human body had been exposed to GN particle beam like that, and wouldn't have passed the censors.

* Happens in the third story arc of the manga of''Manga/SailorMoon''. Chibiusa goes to her friend Hotaru's house and discovers that she is actually a cyborg when she sees her without her trademark all black outfit made of a turtle neck, long sleeves and tights. Hotaru's body was made of a black bio-mechanical composition that covered all of her body but her face and hands.
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* Happens in the third story arc of the manga of''Manga/SailorMoon''.of ''Manga/SailorMoon''. Chibiusa goes to her friend Hotaru's house and discovers that she is actually a cyborg when she sees her without her trademark all black outfit made of a turtle neck, long sleeves and tights. Hotaru's body was made of a black bio-mechanical composition that covered all of her body but her face and hands.

** One cover showed the new ''X-Men'' (ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Nightcrawler, Colossus, and Banshee) fighting the original team (ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, Angel, Beast, and Iceman). The fight actually happened in the issue, with the new X-Men unwilling to fight all-out against their friends. But Wolverine realized that the original X-Men were robots because they didn't smell right. The robots were reduced to scrap metal pretty quickly after that.
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** One cover showed the new ''X-Men'' (ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Nightcrawler, Comicbook/{{Nightcrawler}}, Colossus, and Banshee) fighting the original team (ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, Angel, Beast, and Iceman). The fight actually happened in the issue, with the new X-Men unwilling to fight all-out against their friends. But Wolverine realized that the original X-Men were robots because they didn't smell right. The robots were reduced to scrap metal pretty quickly after that.

* Laurel Kent was a character from the 3oth century in ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}''. She was the descendant of Clark Kent a.k.a Superman. Then, she was revealed to be a Manhunter, a robot created by Green Lantern's guardiens of the universe.
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* Laurel Kent was a character from the 3oth century in ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}''. She was the descendant of Clark Kent a.k.a Superman. Then, she was revealed to be a Manhunter, a robot created by Green Lantern's guardiens guardians of the universe.



* Inverted in ''Film/TheBlackHole'' when the Cygnus' compliment of robotic crew members [[spoiler:are actually revealed to be the lobotomised remains of the human crew. With Maximilian's help Dr. Reinhardt converted them into subservient cyborgs after they tried to mutiny.]]
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* Inverted in ''Film/TheBlackHole'' when the Cygnus' compliment of robotic crew members [[spoiler:are actually revealed to be the lobotomised remains of the human crew. With Maximilian's help Dr. Reinhardt converted them into subservient cyborgs after they tried to mutiny.]]mutiny]].

* In the 2004 version of ''Film/TheStepfordWives'' [[spoiler:it's revealed when the main character knocks his head off that Mike Wellington is actually a robot, while it's his ''wife'' that's the programmer, an inversion from the original movie.]]
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* In the 2004 version of ''Film/TheStepfordWives'' [[spoiler:it's revealed when the main character knocks his head off that Mike Wellington is actually a robot, while it's his ''wife'' that's the programmer, an inversion from the original movie.]]movie]].

*** Which makes the 2004 version even more stupid when you find out [[spoiler: all the Stepford Wives are human women with ''microchips''. Because microchips make a gut wound ''all'' better.]]
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*** Which makes the 2004 version even more stupid when you find out [[spoiler: all the Stepford Wives are human women with ''microchips''. Because microchips make a gut wound ''all'' better.]]better]].

* In ''Film/{{Surrogates}}'', [[spoiler:The Prophet]] is revealed to be a Surrogate controlled by [[spoiler:the Surrogates' inventor.]]
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* In ''Film/{{Surrogates}}'', [[spoiler:The Prophet]] is revealed to be a Surrogate controlled by [[spoiler:the Surrogates' inventor.]]inventor]].

* ''Film/{{Screamers}}'': Happens to the humanoid Screamers. ExaggeratedTrope; there are so many new generations that the protagonist eventually has trouble believing that anyone besides him is even human. In fact, [[spoiler:he visits the enemy camp (dwindled down to three remaining soldiers) and the soldier who is killed under suspicion of being a Screamer turns out to be the only one who ''wasn't'' a robot.]]
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* ''Film/{{Screamers}}'': Happens to the humanoid Screamers. ExaggeratedTrope; there are so many new generations that the protagonist eventually has trouble believing that anyone besides him is even human. In fact, [[spoiler:he visits the enemy camp (dwindled down to three remaining soldiers) and the soldier who is killed under suspicion of being a Screamer turns out to be the only one who ''wasn't'' a robot.]]robot]].


* In ''Literature/{{Argo}}'' by Rick Griffin, [[spoiler: all humans were replaced by androids who thought they were human during the war.]]
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* In ''Literature/{{Argo}}'' by Rick Griffin, [[spoiler: all humans were replaced by androids who thought they were human during the war.]]war]].

** ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'': [[spoiler:Red Ranger Mack is revealed to be a robot built by his "father" after a computer virus that infects the Rangers' base afflicts him as well, and he's forced to be taken off-line and disassembled to get at the problem.]] Needless to say, he wasn't very happy about it. ** ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' [[spoiler:inverts this. Tenaya 7 is convinced she is a machine, until a cut in a fight reveals she bleeds. The camera angles play with this trope, mimicking its straight use and treating the blood as if it was the tell-tale sparking wires. In fact, the straight usage had happened earlier in the same episode to a part of her body that ''was'' mechanical, though it was likely to emphasize that she did have robot parts.]] There's also the finale, where it's revealed that [[spoiler:around half of the citizens in Corinth are sleeper agent cyborgs, and Venjix is just about to activate them]].
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** ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'': [[spoiler:Red Ranger Mack is revealed to be a robot built by his "father" after a computer virus that infects the Rangers' base afflicts him as well, and he's forced to be taken off-line and disassembled to get at the problem.]] problem]]. Needless to say, he wasn't very happy about it. ** ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' [[spoiler:inverts this. Tenaya 7 is convinced she is a machine, until a cut in a fight reveals she bleeds. The camera angles play with this trope, mimicking its straight use and treating the blood as if it was the tell-tale sparking wires. In fact, the straight usage had happened earlier in the same episode to a part of her body that ''was'' mechanical, though it was likely to emphasize that she did have robot parts.]] parts]]. There's also the finale, where it's revealed that [[spoiler:around half of the citizens in Corinth are sleeper agent cyborgs, and Venjix is just about to activate them]].

** In "Mary 25", it turns out that [[spoiler:"Teryl"]] is in fact a robot replacement who has convinced the protagonist to kill [[spoiler:her unfaithful husband, who was cheating on her with another robot.]] * ''GetSmart'' - Hymie the robot was created by a KAOS scientist, and impersonated a CONTROL agent at a function. Max had no idea Hymie was a robot, even when he opened his shirt to show his mechanical works - Max just thought it was a clever ruse.
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** In "Mary 25", it turns out that [[spoiler:"Teryl"]] is in fact a robot replacement who has convinced the protagonist to kill [[spoiler:her unfaithful husband, who was cheating on her with another robot.]] robot]]. * ''GetSmart'' ''Series/GetSmart'' - Hymie the robot was created by a KAOS scientist, and impersonated a CONTROL agent at a function. Max had no idea Hymie was a robot, even when he opened his shirt to show his mechanical works - Max just thought it was a clever ruse.

* VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} has [[spoiler: Random]] - it comes as a [[TomatoInTheMirror surprise to himself]] as well.
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* VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}'' has [[spoiler: Random]] - it comes as a [[TomatoInTheMirror surprise to himself]] as well.

* One of the millions of twists in ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'' is that [[spoiler: the BigBad's assistant is an AI.]] * In ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins,'' the one with robotic innards is [[spoiler:Milliarde.]] * In ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage 3''[='=]s Stage 5, you fight [[spoiler:Mr. X. Why are you only on the ''fifth'' stage when you fight him? Well, upon defeating his henchmen, the top half of him burns off to reveal a robotic duplicate. The real Mr. X, who you encounter in Stage 7 (assuming you rescued the [[strike:[[{{Macekre}} General]]]] Chief of Police), has been reduced to a brain.]]
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* One of the millions of twists in ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'' is that [[spoiler: the BigBad's assistant is an AI.]] AI]]. * In ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins,'' the one with robotic innards is [[spoiler:Milliarde.]] [[spoiler:Milliarde]]. * In ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage 3''[='=]s Stage 5, you fight [[spoiler:Mr. X. Why are you only on the ''fifth'' stage when you fight him? Well, upon defeating his henchmen, the top half of him burns off to reveal a robotic duplicate. The real Mr. X, who you encounter in Stage 7 (assuming you rescued the [[strike:[[{{Macekre}} General]]]] Chief of Police), has been reduced to a brain.]]brain]].

* ''VideoGame/HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure's'' ending has you fighting [[spoiler:Weasleby]] for a while before he suddenly twitches with electricity coming off him and his head falls out. And then [[spoiler:[[KidSidekick Cole]] pops out from the remains to reveal himself as TheManBehindTheMan.]]
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* ''VideoGame/HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure's'' ending has you fighting [[spoiler:Weasleby]] for a while before he suddenly twitches with electricity coming off him and his head falls out. And then [[spoiler:[[KidSidekick Cole]] pops out from the remains to reveal himself as TheManBehindTheMan.]]TheManBehindTheMan]].

** In ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'', [[spoiler:Big Boss reveals before the final battle that he was turned into a cyborg. After he sustains enough damage, he transforms into a tall cyborg who chases after Snake across several rooms.]] ** Inverted in ''VideoGame/MetalGear2''. In an optional radio call during the final battle, Kasler tells Snake that Big Boss underwent an operation to replace his limbs with cybernetic organs. When Snake defeats Big Boss with a makeshift flamethrower, [[spoiler:he burns to death like any other person ([[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots he did get better]]).]]
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** In ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'', [[spoiler:Big Boss reveals before the final battle that he was turned into a cyborg. After he sustains enough damage, he transforms into a tall cyborg who chases after Snake across several rooms.]] rooms]]. ** Inverted in ''VideoGame/MetalGear2''. In an optional radio call during the final battle, Kasler tells Snake that Big Boss underwent an operation to replace his limbs with cybernetic organs. When Snake defeats Big Boss with a makeshift flamethrower, [[spoiler:he burns to death like any other person ([[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots he did get better]]).]]better]])]].

** Somewhat played with in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'', [[spoiler:right before the final boss fight with him, Ocelot dramatically removes his jacket to reveal that Liquid's arm has been replaced with a bio-mechanical prosthetic, hinting that "Liquid" was artificial.]]
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** Somewhat played with in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'', [[spoiler:right before the final boss fight with him, Ocelot dramatically removes his jacket to reveal that Liquid's arm has been replaced with a bio-mechanical prosthetic, hinting that "Liquid" was artificial.]]artificial]].

* In ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', [[spoiler:Uzi Bazooka reveals himself as a robot clone of Dangeresque, Too? after being shot.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', [[spoiler:Uzi Bazooka reveals himself as a robot clone of Dangeresque, Too? after being shot.]]shot]].

* Two examples in the SurvivalHorror game ''VideoGame/{{SOMA}}''; Catherine is revealed early on to be a robot herself even though [[BoomerangBigot she says that robots don't feel anything,]] and [[spoiler: look at yourself, Simon; you're a woman's corpse stuffed into a diving suit, implanted with a neural chip and lined with circuitry.]] * ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[spoiler:When the player character throw themselves in front of Tatsu to protect them from a Prone Skell attack, their arm is blasted off, revealing circuitry, sparks, and blue bio-electric fluid where their arm used to be. As it turns out, they are actually a highly advanced android controlled via a human consciousness from within the core of the Lifehold, as is every person in New LA.]]
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* Two examples in the SurvivalHorror game ''VideoGame/{{SOMA}}''; Catherine is revealed early on to be a robot herself even though [[BoomerangBigot she says that robots don't feel anything,]] and [[spoiler: look at yourself, Simon; you're a woman's corpse stuffed into a diving suit, implanted with a neural chip and lined with circuitry.]] circuitry]]. * ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[spoiler:When the player character throw themselves in front of Tatsu to protect them from a Prone Skell attack, their arm is blasted off, revealing circuitry, sparks, and blue bio-electric fluid where their arm used to be. As it turns out, they are actually a highly advanced android controlled via a human consciousness from within the core of the Lifehold, as is every person in New LA.]]LA]].

* A quest in Rivet City, in the [[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} Capital Wasteland]], has you looking for an escaped android with fake memories and a new face. As it turns out, [[spoiler:the android is the very first person you meet in the city, Chief Harkness.]] * Any [[spoiler:post-“Old World Blues”]] random encounters in VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas double as this and Main/MookHorrorShow. Imagine that you’ve been tasked with bringing down a [[Main/{{InsistentTerminology}} profligate]] who, after going off the grid for weeks, has finally turned up somewhere southwest of Vegas. Your team tracks him through the wilderness, noting that his footprints are heavier than normal and that he must be carrying an extra load. You find him wandering through the desert at midday, seemingly unburdened by either the extra load or the sun, and scope him down with the anti-materiel rifle (Why they sent this with you for [[Main/{{JustOneMan}} one man]], Caesar only knows). His head finally centered in the crosshairs, you pull the trigger, expecting a grisly red mist and the muted thump of a fresh corpse on the sand. Instead, you’re treated to an audible, metallic ricochet and the cold gaze of a newly-forged [[Main/{{GameBreaker}} demigod]]. As he closes the distance to your contubernium with inhuman speed, you’re not sure the anti-materiel rifle was ''enough''. * ''VideoGame/LastAlert'' has [[spoiler: [[MadScientist Dr.]] [[BigBad Garcia]].]] * In ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 4'', [[spoiler: bionic versions of General Morden and Allen O'Neal are shown being produced, the latter being fought as a mini-boss in the final mission, ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''-style.]] * In ''Neo VideoGame/{{Contra}}'', [[spoiler: [[BigBad Master Contra]] is actually revealed to be a machine, and [[TheManBehindTheMan the real Master Contra is actually Project C, the ultimate weapon made up of Bill Rizer's consciousness]].]]
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'': A quest in Rivet City, in the [[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} Capital Wasteland]], Wasteland, has you looking for an escaped android with fake memories and a new face. As it turns out, [[spoiler:the android is the very first person you meet in the city, Chief Harkness.]] Harkness]]. * Any [[spoiler:post-“Old World Blues”]] random encounters in VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' double as this and Main/MookHorrorShow. MookHorrorShow. Imagine that you’ve been tasked with bringing down a [[Main/{{InsistentTerminology}} [[InsistentTerminology profligate]] who, after going off the grid for weeks, has finally turned up somewhere southwest of Vegas. Your team tracks him through the wilderness, noting that his footprints are heavier than normal and that he must be carrying an extra load. You find him wandering through the desert at midday, seemingly unburdened by either the extra load or the sun, and scope him down with the anti-materiel rifle (Why they sent this with you for [[Main/{{JustOneMan}} [[JustOneMan one man]], Caesar only knows). His head finally centered in the crosshairs, you pull the trigger, expecting a grisly red mist and the muted thump of a fresh corpse on the sand. Instead, you’re treated to an audible, metallic ricochet and the cold gaze of a newly-forged [[Main/{{GameBreaker}} [[GameBreaker demigod]]. As he closes the distance to your contubernium with inhuman speed, you’re not sure the anti-materiel rifle was ''enough''. * ''VideoGame/LastAlert'' has [[spoiler: [[MadScientist Dr.]] [[BigBad Garcia]].]] Garcia]]]]. * In ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 4'', [[spoiler: bionic versions of General Morden and Allen O'Neal are shown being produced, the latter being fought as a mini-boss in the final mission, ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''-style.]] ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''-style]]. * In ''Neo VideoGame/{{Contra}}'', [[spoiler: [[BigBad Master Contra]] is actually revealed to be a machine, and [[TheManBehindTheMan the real Master Contra is actually Project C, the ultimate weapon made up of Bill Rizer's consciousness]].]]consciousness]]]].

* The VideoGame/BioShock2 DLC ''Minerva's Den'' casts the player as the Big Daddy "Subject Sigma," tasked to make a copy of Rapture's mainframe computer, The Thinker. Over the course of the story, Sigma is informed of the The Thinker's design and evolution (as well as the reason that a copy needs to be smuggled out of Rapture) by its inventor, Charles Milton Porter. Sigma eventually learns that The Thinker was able to mimic human patterns to the point that it developed de facto artificial intelligence. The climax of the the DLC reveals that [[spoiler: The version of Porter who has been speaking to Subject Sigma is The Thinker impersonating its creator. Porter is actually Subject Sigma, whose memories have been erased by the Big Daddy transformation, and part of the heist of The Thinker is an effort to restore him to his former self.]]
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* The VideoGame/BioShock2 ''VideoGame/BioShock2'' DLC ''Minerva's Den'' casts the player as the Big Daddy "Subject Sigma," tasked to make a copy of Rapture's mainframe computer, The Thinker. Over the course of the story, Sigma is informed of the The Thinker's design and evolution (as well as the reason that a copy needs to be smuggled out of Rapture) by its inventor, Charles Milton Porter. Sigma eventually learns that The Thinker was able to mimic human patterns to the point that it developed de facto artificial intelligence. The climax of the the DLC reveals that [[spoiler: The version of Porter who has been speaking to Subject Sigma is The Thinker impersonating its creator. Porter is actually Subject Sigma, whose memories have been erased by the Big Daddy transformation, and part of the heist of The Thinker is an effort to restore him to his former self.]]self]].

** Eric in {{The|Movie}} [[WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama Movie]], [[spoiler:was acting as a human until he electrocuted Kim while she hugged him, though to be fair, this is more "sack of goo" than "robotic".]]
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** Eric in {{The|Movie}} [[WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama Movie]], [[spoiler:was acting as a human until he electrocuted Kim while she hugged him, though to be fair, this is more "sack of goo" than "robotic".]]"robotic"]].

* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "A Fish Out of Water", Peter tries to catch Daggermouth and when he shoots the fish the metallic insides are revealed. Peter remarks it's amazing that is how we all look on the inside, before being informed that Daggermouth is a robot.
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' ** In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "A Fish Out of Water", Peter tries to catch Daggermouth and when he shoots the fish the metallic insides are revealed. Peter remarks it's amazing that is how we all look on the inside, before being informed that Daggermouth is a robot. ** [[spoiler:Music/MileyCyrus]] in "Hanna Banana".

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9th Dec '15 12:34:07 PM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'': [[spoiler:When the player character throw themselves in front of Tatsu to protect them from a Prone Skell attack, their arm is blasted off, revealing circuitry, sparks, and blue bio-electric fluid where their arm used to be. As it turns out, they are actually a highly advanced android controlled via a human consciousness from within the core of the Lifehold, as is every person in New LA.]]
20th Nov '15 11:19:24 AM Anddrix
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* In ''Film/ExMachina'', [[spoiler:Kyoko reveals that she is also an A.I., albeit less advanced than Ava]].
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* In ''Film/ExMachina'', [[spoiler:Kyoko Kyoko reveals to Ava (albeit indirectly) that she is also an A.I., albeit less advanced than Ava]].Ava.
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